issue 182 (December 2022 – January 2023)
Jeremy Williams seems to have had a fine collection of aunts to visit by bus and this time takes us on a terrific jaunt to Morecambe to visit yet another. We’re also off to the Black Isle, north of Inverness, to see some Highland buses and, for something a bit more exotic, to the Caribbean for some Cuban rarities. For more oddities, we also look at buses on rails again.
More information has come to light about Alder Valley’s Lex Maxeta bodied little buses and about London Transport’s single-door SM Swifts. And talking of London single deckers, we go on a great British bus route with a brief look at the famous 210 across Hampstead Heath.
Barry Turner tells us why the ECW bodied Bristol L is his classic, classic bus, David Toy recalls how Brighton’s buses fared in a previous heatwave, and we have more observations about Victoria Coach Station.
in this issue
- off to Morecambe – Jeremy Williams goes to visit another aunt
- love of the Bristol L – Barry Turner's classic classic bus
- back with buses on rails – Peter Snowden shows us more examples
- Caribbean curiosities – artics and others in Havana
- then and now – on the way to Llan Ffestiniog
- Alder Valley's Lex Maxetas – it seemed to like them
- single door London SMs – more odd blind displays
- Victoria Coach Station revisited – from the Bus Archive
- too darn hot – how Brighton coped with the 1976 heatwave
- Winchester celebrates 100 years – recreating King Alfred's first bus services
- inspiration for Hants & Dorset – was it those East Kent Fleetlines?
- on the Black Isle – with Highland's secondhand buses
- across Hampstead Heath – on a great British bus route
- PMT Dominators – with Maidstone & District
You’ll earn 0 reward points with this purchase.